According to the database, Stanford has reported a total of $76.8 million in foreign gifts since 2012 in its most recent filings, including $9.8 million in contracts from Saudi Arabia and $3.5 million in gifts and contracts with Chinese sources.
Stanford faculty work to develop a curriculum for the alliance that can help support URM postdocs secure faculty positions.
Stanford submitted comments to challenge a proposed immigration policy that could potentially prevent some international students from completing their studies in the U.S., the University announced on Sept. 25. This proposed policy is the latest in a series of changes to immigration policy for F-1 visa-holding international students proposed over the course of this year.
Undergraduate chemistry students have created an online petition urging the department to offer the Satisfactory/No Credit (S/NC) grading basis for its courses in light of virtual learning difficulties during the ongoing pandemic.